Dated March 27, 2023
TOWN MAINTENANCE/UTILITIES OPERATOR – Town of Langford, SD. The Town of Langford is hiring for a town maintenance/utilities operator personnel. Duties include, but not limited to, maintenance and operation of the town’s water, sewer, and electrical utility systems and maintenance of town streets, rubble site, and parks. Full benefit package. Salary negotiable. Resumes may be mailed to the Finance Officer at P.O. Box 191, Langford, SD 57454, or emailed to email@example.com. Applications accepted until position is filled. The Town of Langford is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
December 15, 2022
Please ensure that sump pumps are being drained outside homes and businesses, pursuant to City Ordinance. All users of the municipal sewer system are prohibited from discharging water from sump pumps or drain tile systems into the municipal sewer system between the dates of April 1st and October 31st.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Langford Board of Trustees
May 2, 2022
Street improvements will continue for a couple of weeks. Residents along the street project will need to use the alleys once work begins on your street. Please leave all stakes, flags and markings alone. Patchworking is already complete except on Main Street, where there will be a completely new street from Main Street to Elm Street and Elm Street to Lindley Street.
August 26, 2021
UTILITY OPERATOR: Langford, SD – Duties include, but are not limited to, the following: operating a variety of equipment, including heavy equipment; maintenance of water meters, pumps, pipelines, water and sewer mains as necessary; monitoring the city’s electrical system; maintenance and cleaning of streets; mowing and maintenance of parks and other city-owned properties, maintenance of city-owned building and the city’s rubble site; manual labor as needed; and other related duties. Applicant must be in possession of the following certifications/licenses or able to obtain within 2 years of start date of employment: Water Distribution Class 1, Wastewater Collection Class 1; Wastewater Treatment Class 1 or Stabilization Pond Class 1; Restricted Use Pesticide License. Applicant must have a lifting capacity of 75 lbs. Full benefit package included. Salary is negotiable based on qualifications and experience. Applications are available at the Finance Office, 306 Main St., Langford, SD 57454, (605-493-6610). Resumes may be mailed to P.O. Box 191, Langford, SD 57454, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications accepted until position is filled. The City of Langford is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
June 3, 2021
Mosquito season will be upon us before we know it. Many residents will start to notice large mosquitoes as the days and evenings start to warm up. Get ready for a massive flush as soon as the weather warms up. While the Town crew will be out checking the water ponds for newly hatched wrigglers and applying larvicide to prevent the larvae from becoming flying mosquitoes, everyone can help with the control measures.
- Check your yard for standing water.
- Pour out that coffee can, unused snow sled, wheelbarrow, any container holding water. If the water can not be eliminated, come to the Town Shop to get some BTI Dunks. They are free and will last for up to 30 days or until the water dries up. The Dunks are completely safe for all birds, pets, etc., they only prevent the wrigglers in the water from becoming flying mosquitoes.
- Another area you can help with is to keep your yard trimmed up, brush removed and use a barrier type spray such as Tempo, Talstar, or Demon. These insecticides are available from our local dealers at a nominal cost. While these sprays are quite safe and easy to use and have a residual effect, they to need to be reapplied after each rain. Please read the label to become familiar with the application rates and any cautionary statements. The use of a separate 2-3 gal sprayer for mosquito control is advised so as not to use a sprayer containing left over weed killer on your lilacs or flower garden.
This is a community wide effort to reduce our mosquito problem. We’re all in this together to prevent the spread of the West Nile Virus.
March 29, 2021
Please keep the grass mowed in your yard and keep control of weeds. If your grass is ten inches (10”) or taller, the Town will cut it at the rate established by the Board of Trustees (minimum of $100 per mowing event). This will be charged to the appropriate party (owner/land-lord/renter). It is your responsibility to make sure there is not standing water that will attract mosquitoes.
March 5, 2021
Residents are reminded that vehicles, trailers, campers, etc., must be off the road for their own protection and to allow snow plows to adequately remove snow from streets. One time warning, 2nd occurrence will result in a fine.
March 5, 2021